Ashley Parham Ghiaseddin, MD
My patients will always come first, but the future of medicine requires the health sector to adapt with the business landscape. Patient satisfaction and Quality improvement are here to stay and physicians must embrace the challenge to succeed and bring high quality care to our patients.
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Research interests started during my undergraduate years at University of Notre Dame where I majored in Science-Business. I have always had an interest in merging my business background with patient care. My patients will always come first, but the future of medicine requires the health sector to adapt with the business landscape. Patient satisfaction and Quality improvement are here to stay and physicians must embrace the challenge to succeed and bring high quality care to our patients. In undergrad, I worked on my basic research skills as a research assistant in the Environmental Biology lab analyzing the red oak genome.
Professional Areas of Interest:
Treating patients with Glioblastoma.
Association of Beta-2 Microglobulin with CNS Lymphoma
Diagnostic workup and management of brain lesions
Post-Dural Puncture Headache
Colorectal cancer diagnosis and management
University of Florida
Duke University Durham, NC
Neuro-Oncology Fellowship 2014-2015
Indiana University Indianapolis, IN
Categorical Neurology Residency 2010-2014
University of Toledo Toledo, OH
Doctor of Medicine 2006-2010
University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN
Bachelor of Science 2002-2006
Analyed the relationship between environmental exposure and Parkinson’s disease.
Bevacizumab study, which analyzes use of drug when treating patients with Glioblastoma.
Analyzed use of chemotherapy in low grade gliomas
Investigator on Beta-2 Microglobulin project, retrospective analysis conducted to identify association of Beta-2 Microglobulin with CNS Lymphoma.
American Academy of Neurology [2011-present]
Society of Neuro-Oncology [2014-present]
Medical Student Council [2006-2010]